hoister

Hoist vs Hoister - What's the difference?

hoist | hoister |


As nouns the difference between hoist and hoister

is that hoist is a hoisting device, such as pulley or crane while hoister is one who, or that which, hoists.

As a verb hoist

is to raise; to lift; to elevate; especially, to raise or lift to a desired elevation, by means of tackle or pulley, as a sail, a flag, a heavy package or weight.

Hoister vs Scabbard - What's the difference?

hoister | scabbard |


As nouns the difference between hoister and scabbard

is that hoister is one who, or that which, hoists while scabbard is (senseid) the sheath of a sword.

As a verb scabbard is

to put an object (especially a sword) into its scabbard.

Hoister vs Hoisted - What's the difference?

hoister | hoisted |


As a noun hoister

is one who, or that which, hoists.

As a verb hoisted is

(hoist).

Hoister vs Holster - What's the difference?

hoister | holster |


As nouns the difference between hoister and holster

is that hoister is one who, or that which, hoists while holster is a case for carrying a tool, particularly a gun, safely and accessibly.

As a verb holster is

to put something in a holster.

Hoister vs Moister - What's the difference?

hoister | moister |


As a noun hoister

is one who, or that which, hoists.

As an adjective moister is

(moist).

Hoster vs Hoister - What's the difference?

hoster | hoister |


As nouns the difference between hoster and hoister

is that hoster is (computing|internet|neologism) a provider of online hosting, especially web hosting while hoister is one who, or that which, hoists.

Roister vs Hoister - What's the difference?

roister | hoister |


As nouns the difference between roister and hoister

is that roister is (archaic) a roisterer while hoister is one who, or that which, hoists.

As a verb roister

is to engage in noisy, drunken, or riotous behavior.

Foister vs Hoister - What's the difference?

foister | hoister |


As nouns the difference between foister and hoister

is that foister is one who foists; a falsifier while hoister is one who, or that which, hoists.